Album: Idlewild South (1970)
Charted: 92
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  • People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you hear it?
    The song is in the air
    We're in a revolution
    Don't you know we're right
    Everyone is singing, yeah
    There'll be no one to fight
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere
    People can you feel it?
    Love is everywhere Writer/s: Forrest Richard Betts
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Tj from IllinoisThis song should be more well known. The electric guitar intro is incredible, the acoustic guitar backing is beautiful and the gospel message and feel to the body of the song is amazing. It’s message is beautiful and the song is beautiful. The good, the true and the beautiful is what good art should be.
  • Stefanie from Rock Hill, ScGood song! Good message!
  • Barry from New York, NyThe ABB's shows are performed with a light show known as the Brotherhood of Light. They used to have a cool light show backing "Revival" which featured images of 60s protests and Woodstock. Recently, I haven't seen them do it anymore.
  • Barry from New York, NyAt recent Allman Brothers Band shows they have been extending the song a bit with a jam before the end. This song makes a good concert opener.
  • Matt from Charleston, ScSuprisingly, for having a hippie air about them, the Allmans (and/or song owners) have "sold out" some of their songs, including this one.
    Was actually adapted for a Red Lobster TV ad a few years ago that used the refrain "Lobsters everywhere".
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